Fed up with being an overworked and underpaid NHS nurse?
Wednesday, May 4th, 2022 | Nursing
Almost daily, new reports are revealing the harsh reality of life as an NHS nurse. And unfortunately, it is becoming more apparent than ever that this includes long hours, low pay and a lot of stress.
Not enough beds is leading to overcrowded wards. Not enough staff is leading to excessive shifts and longer hours. The two together is causing nurses within the NHS a real headache, and many are beginning to question whether the high stress levels and lack of rest is worth the money.
On average a Registered Nurse will earn £25,773, including bonuses, working for the NHS; equating to just under £12 an hour, based on a 48 hour week. After years at university and continual personal development training, twinned with unsociable shifts and difficult working environments, this is not a huge amount - especially when there are other nurses outside the NHS earning upwards of £30,000 a year for doing the same job.
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